Around 600 UNL students will graduate this month | Education
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln will award about 600 degrees during commencement ceremonies on Saturday.
The 9 a.m. ceremony at Pinnacle Bank Arena will include undergraduate and graduate students.
Susan M. Swearer, Willa Cather Professor and Chair of the Department of Educational Psychology at UNL, will deliver the keynote address.
As a licensed psychologist, Swearer’s work has been featured on “CBS Sunday Morning”, the White House Bullying Prevention Conference and Harvard University.
No tickets are required for the ceremony and attendees may sit in any non-reserved seat other than the ground floor.
We remind graduates and guests that some streets in the Haymarket near Pinnacle Bank Arena will be closed the morning of the weekly Farmer’s Market ceremony. Parking in garages near the arena is best accessed from Arena Drive using N Street or Salt Creek Roadway from 10th Street or Antelope Valley Parkway.
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Parking is also available in the Festival grounds north of the arena, accessible from Sun Valley Boulevard.
The ceremony will be broadcast live and broadcast on Spectrum channel 1303, Allo channel 23 and Kinetic channel 1080.
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